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    Whatever you're on I'll be first on the list for an order, productivity at work would be unimaginable.


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    Quality

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    I can honestly confirm that no drugs or alcohol were consumed during the writing of this song
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti-hoofbaw View Post
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    I can honestly confirm that no drugs or alcohol were consumed during the writing of this song
    Thatís a real worry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti-hoofbaw View Post
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    I can honestly confirm that no drugs or alcohol were consumed during the writing of this song
    If thats the case, I would support the freezing of your DNA in liquid amber and putting it in storage so when technology has developed sufficiently we can still have your songwriting genius for the benefit of future generations

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    If thats the case, I would support the freezing of your DNA in liquid amber and putting it in storage so when technology has developed sufficiently we can still have your songwriting genius for the benefit of future generations


    I'd also be up for donating sperm. Might produce some future Boaby Dylan's.

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    Song for Tam?

    No shelf life, I'm afraid.

    Our utility man , one Lewis Stevenson, could do Tam's job in his tea break!!

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    Joyce you really need to stop hero worshipping Tam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Famous Fiver View Post
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    Song for Tam?

    No shelf life, I'm afraid.

    Our utility man , one Lewis Stevenson, could do Tam's job in his tea break!!
    Tam is definitely also the utility man. First he does the groundsman duties, (and gets replaced by a contractor who put noticeably less effort into the pitch than Tam did) then moves on to kitman. I wouldnt be at all surprised if he ends up in IT or ticket sales before he goes to the great Sauzee in the Sky. The boy can do anything.

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    Every time you watch any game on the telly at some point in the coverage there will be shots of the bench.

    Every team has this one guy on staff that you can't quite recognise who seems to never say anything or move about much but whose role seems to be to stand (its almost always standing) staring onto the patch with a really thoughtful deeply engaged look on his face. Like he's the most insightful, most absorbed person in the stadium, utterly focused on every moment and movement of the match, perceiving some deeper meaning - searching out perfection perhaps - that no-one else can quite aspire to.

    Except that you know that he isn't. He's actually just a bloke that the manager likes having around, or he's someone from the back room staff who has responsibility for water bottles, or snacks on the way home. But he's really, really good at doing that detached from the bench, immersed in the game, one man in a world of his own amidst thousands look. That's the perfect role for Tam that is. I think he'd be world class at that. He moves around a bit too much at the moment to pull it off, but if he could get shot of the nonsense like communicating subs numbers to the 4th official and all that stuff he could stand and stare in isolation better than anyone else I've seen in Scottish football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Day Soon View Post
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    Every time you watch any game on the telly at some point in the coverage there will be shots of the bench.

    Every team has this one guy on staff that you can't quite recognise who seems to never say anything or move about much but whose role seems to be to stand (its almost always standing) staring onto the patch with a really thoughtful deeply engaged look on his face. Like he's the most insightful, most absorbed person in the stadium, utterly focused on every moment and movement of the match, perceiving some deeper meaning - searching out perfection perhaps - that no-one else can quite aspire to.

    Except that you know that he isn't. He's actually just a bloke that the manager likes having around, or he's someone from the back room staff who has responsibility for water bottles, or snacks on the way home. But he's really, really good at doing that detached from the bench, immersed in the game, one man in a world of his own amidst thousands look. That's the perfect role for Tam that is. I think he'd be world class at that. He moves around a bit too much at the moment to pull it off, but if he could get shot of the nonsense like communicating subs numbers to the 4th official and all that stuff he could stand and stare in isolation better than anyone else I've seen in Scottish football.
    Also known as the 'Sammy Lee role' for England and Liverpool, he also carried bags of footballs around and set out the cones.

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    Forget the Tam Mc Court role, I want to know what wee John (Cassidy) is doing on the backroom team. Nice guy, knew him football wise from a good few years ago. He truly is the nystery man of Easter Road.

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    Hey tam you're so fine
    You're so fine
    You blow my mind
    Hey tam hey tam

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